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60 Free Essays on The Effect Of Unemployment In Economy Nigeria

  1. Youth Unemployment and Crime: a Case Study of Otta Metropolitian Area

    YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT AND CRIME: A CASE STUDY OF OTTA METROPOLITIAN AREA “THE EFFECT OF UNEMPLOYMENT ON YOUTH” 1. INTRODUCTION Unemployment describes the condition of people who are without jobs; unemployment is a global trend that mostly occurs in developing countries of the world, which not...

  2. Youth Unemployment and Implication for Political Stability in Nigeria (1999-2011)

    YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT AND IMPLICATION FOR POLITICAL STABILITY IN NIGERIA (1999-2011) YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT AND IMPLICATION FOR POLITICAL STABILITY IN NIGERIA (1999-2011) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY In Nigeria, civil rule has been restored...

  3. Unemployment in Nigeria

    Accepted: September 17, 2012 Published: November 25, 2012 Is Nigeria’s Unemployment Problem Unsolvable? M.A. Adawo, E.B. Essien and N.U. Ekpo Department of Economics, University of Uyo, Uyo, Nigeria Abstract: Unemployment in Nigeria is alarming. Its measurement by statistical authorities does not pose...

  4. Impact of Government Policy on Economy

    POLICY ON ECONOMY A. INTRODUCTION Generally, policies and strategies of Nigerian government towards development are shaped by two principal objectives of desire for economic independence and the demand for economic development. Multi national corporations are expected to bring into Nigeria, foreign...

  5. Unemployment Rate

    Inc. 2012 http://www.bjournal.co.uk/BJASS.aspx Graduate Unemployment in Nigeria: Causes, Effects and Remedies. Dr. Oluseyi A. Shadare Department of industrial Relations and Personnel management, University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria seyidare2001@yahoo.co.uk Elegbede Sikirulahi Tunde Department...

  6. Intermediate macroeconomics

    terms of acquiring the macroeconomic variables. b) The following graph show the GDP growth rate, GDP per capita growth rate and the inflation rate of Nigeria. From the graph it is not easy to see the changes (in terms of figures) in the variables therefore, the table below shows how the above variables...

  7. Nigerian Monetary Policy

    INTRODUCTION Nigeria monetary policy has been conducted under wide ranging economic environment since its establishment in 1959, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has continued to play the traditional role expected of the central bank, which is the regulation of stock of money such a way as to...

  8. Eeeee

    HIGH RATE OF UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA: THE CONSEQUENCE ON HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT BY LAWANSON O. I. Ph.D Department of Economics, University of Lagos, Nigeria Tel Nos: 234-1-8935313, 234-802-3193367 HIGH RATE OF UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA: THE CONSEQUENCE ON HUMAN...

  9. International Labor Migration

    migration has become an increasingly important feature in world economic development. The reason for this is simply because of the increasing rate of unemployment and the poverty especially in developing countries. This paper aims at discussing trends, issues and impact of the international labor migration...

  10. Technology: a Blessing or a Threat to Nigerian Printers?

    Abstract The printing industry, a subset of the graphic communications industry in Nigeria has witnessed profound technological changes. The industry remains one of the top contributors to the nation’s economy, as well as contributing immensely to the socio-cultural development of the nation. From...

  11. Challenges Confronting Managers in Public Enterprises in Nigeria

    CHALLENGES CONFRONTING MANAGERS IN PUBLIC ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA ABSTRACT The evolution of public sector enterprises often takes one of two forms. First, they could evolve from local calls or responses to an ad-hoc economic crisis, a specific shortage, flagrant abuse of monopoly or oligopoly...

  12. effects of phillips curve on the nigerian economy

    Study In Nigeria, there have been problems in achieving macroeconomics objectives. The problem inherent in achieving the macroeconomics objectives are inflation, unemployment, low investment, poverty, low foreign reserve (i.e. deficit balance of trade). After the independence of Nigeria in 1960, Agriculture...

  13. Young and Useful Engaging the Youth for a Prosperous Nigeria.

    of every nation lies in its youths. But the nature of such tomorrow depends on how well their energies are harnessed. The dream of many youths for Nigeria is that in which the youths are productive and active participants in the drive for a prosperous nation. For their dreams to be achieved, they must...

  14. Employment

    TREND INTRODUCTION In this unit, we are going to study the need for Human resource planner, to understand the trend of employment and unemployment in the economy in which they operate. Analysis of employment trend and distribution which are determined by age, urban migration, education factors is necessary...

  15. Inflation - Causes, Theories, Costs and Cures

    world have to deal with inflation at some level and try to maintain a target inflation rate of around 1-2% but depending on the state of the country’s economy it can reach up to 6%. You could consider this a natural rate of inflation that is almost impossible to eliminate. (b) Chronic Inflation (High Inflation): ...

  16. Renewable energy

    country due to the high consumption and need for electricity, and this project is the plan to study the demand for renewable energy re- sources in Nigeria and to find out the main competitors and discover the best periods for market entry in the country via the micro and the macro environmental analysis...

  17. Employee motivation

    SMINAR IMPACT OF THE DEREGULATION OF DOWN STREAM OIL SECTOR ON DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF PETROLUME PRODUCT AND PRICING AND REGULATORY AGENCY) SUBMITED BY NAME EZE ALEXIUS CASMIR EHIMAH MOGBONJUBOLA LYDIA EJIEHI THANGOD IKIHINE EJIOGU ADANNA PATIENCE ELEWOMAWU ESTHER ODUN ...

  18. Health.

    ISSN: 2226-3624 Fiscal/Monetary Policy and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Theoretical Exploration Dr. Abata, Matthew Adeolu Department Of Accounting And Finance, Faculty Of Management Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria Dr. Kehinde, James Sunday Department Of Accounting And Finance...

  19. Role of Facilities Management in the Current Global Market Meltdown

    which the organization is based. At present, we hear and observe so much of the global market meltdown, this might have either positive or negative effects on an organization which inversely might affect the operations of facilities management within an organization and a country as a whole. This write-up...

  20. Unemployement

    Youth Unemployment in Nigeria INTRODUCTION Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and the eighth most populous country in the world with a population of 154, 729,000 citizens. Our nominal GDP is $207. 116 billion and we have a nominal per capita income of $1,4011. Nigeria also has the second...

  21. Nigerian Economy and the National Uneployment

    THE GROWTH OF THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY AND THE NATIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 1996 - 2010 BY ADEOTI, JULIUS OLAKUNLE ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT EMMANUEL ALAYANDE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OYO. 08035680332,08058364379 BEING A PAPER PRESENTED AT THE 4TH ANNUAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE SCHOOL...

  22. Mega Minds

    CHAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION One of the effects of over-population in a country is unemployment. Unemployment is the undoing of graduates because it literally destroys the individual morally and raptures the ties and relationships they form. Unemployment is the fact of a number of people, especially...

  23. Unemployment

    UNEMPLOYMENT The population of every economy is divided into two categories, the economically active and the economically inactive. The economically active population (labor force) or working population refers to the population that is willing and able to work, including those actively engaged in the...

  24. Pastor

    UNEMPLOYMENT AND YOUTH RESTIVENESS EGBEMA WRITTEN BY PRINCEWILL EZEOCHA FROM PORTHARCOURT NIGERIA CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY According to Gbosi (1996) unemployment is a situation in which the member of persons who are able and willing to work and are actively seeking...

  25. Reposioning Education for Security and Unemployment Challenges

    EDUCATION FOR SECURITY AND UNEMPLOYMENT CHALLENGES BY MUSTAPHA SANI SUMAILA ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS DEPARTMENT SCHOOL OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHNICAL), BICHI P.M.B. 3472, KANO - NIGERIA Abstract Currently, the...

  26. Unemployment: One of the Most Critical Problem

    Unemployment occurs when a person is available to work and currently seeking work, but the person is without work. The prevalence of unemployment is usually measured using the unemployment rate, which is defined as the percentage of those in the labor force who are unemployed. Unemployment in Nigeria...

  27. unemployment causes and solutions in nigeria

    NIGERIA’S HIGH RATE OF UNEMPLOYMENT 18 Sep 2013 The government should move fast to curtail the scourge The chairman of the Subsidy Reinvestment and Employment Programme (Sure-P), Dr. Christopher Kolade, has bemoaned the rising rate of unemployment in the country, saying that no fewer than 40...

  28. Unemployment

    UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA Unemployment is a state of joblessness or a condition of having no job. Unemployment is a macroeconomic issue which has eaten deep into the economy of Nigeria. The rate of unemployment is so high that there are little or no jobs for people to do in the society. The proportion...

  29. Graduate Unemployment

    UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, LAGOS , NIGERIA. ABSTRACT This paper examines causes of unemployment in Nigeria as well as the consequences and implications of graduate unemployment in Nigeria. The paper also provides useful suggestion and recommendations on how to curb graduate in Nigeria. The paper adopts empirical...

  30. The Important Aspects of Globalization

    of time and space has caused their economies to prosper while others continue to struggle. Economic struggle for many countries and opulence for few others is one of the most visible aspects of globalization. It is a clear polarization of wealth in the world economy whereby few countries have become...